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Revisit autumn in Rīga, our 2004 picture album has been reprocessed, larger photos, better colors!2018 Feb 05
Short links to our latest "Center for Baltic Heritage" reference project additions at LATVIANS.COM... bit.ly/cfbh_junkers ...for the Junker's DP Camp / Bettenhausen, Kassel UNRRA report, and... bit.ly/cfbh_briedis ...for Frīdrihs Briedis biography, English translation and original Latvian2017 Dec 16
We're honored to be able to bring you this window into the DP era.2017 Nov 29

Center for Baltic Heritage[1]

From "The Lord's Prayer in 500 Languages," published in 1905, Latvian, Liv, Estonian, Lithuanian, Samogitian, Finnish, and Old Prussian excerpts. Plus, Latvian Lord's Prayer, early 16th and 20th centuries and modern compared.2018 Feb 19
1945 Literary Almanac - Use our 1945 calendar for 2018. That and more in Literatūras Gada Grāmata (Literary Almanac) 1945. Facsimile and selected translations.2018 Feb 05
Short links to our latest additions for easier sharing... bit.ly/cfbh_junkers ...for the Junker's DP Camp / Bettenhausen, Kassel UNRRA report, and... bit.ly/cfbh_briedis ...for Frīdrihs Briedis biography, English translation and original Latvian2017 Dec 16
We are privileged to feature a biography of Frīdrihs Briedis, a brilliant military tactician, the first Latvian Rifleman, and among the first to be murdered by the Bolsheviks as he moved to support an independent Latvia. Our republication features the original booklet as well as a wonderful translation by the late linguist David Guild. Our sincerest thanks to his wife, Heather, for allowing to share his work.2017 Dec 16

[1]Formerly at URLs LOBH.ORG ("Library of Baltic Heritage") and CFBH.ORG. Those web addresses are still active but direct back to LATVIANS.COM.

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